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RACING RASCALITIES. "THE MAN FROM THE BUSH." Joe Loughlin's Chance to Wipe Out the Crook Stable. TRICKS AND RUSES OF THE BLACK-HANDERS. An Unparalleled Position of Turf Imposture—Will the Ring "Net" Loughlin?—Racing Better for "Punter" and Rook under Stipendiary System than Before—Bookmakers' Wail—Nefarious Doings of Two Bar Vons—Dopes and Dummy Bets—A Plea for the Totalisator. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

racing rascalities. - _ "THE MAN FROM THE BUSH." Joe Loughlin's Chance to Wipe Out the Crook Stable. TRICKS AND RUSES OF THE BLACK-11ANDERS. An Unparalleled Position of Turf Imposture—Will the Ring "Net" Loughlln?—Racing Better for "Punter" and Rook under Stipendiary System than Before—Bookmakers' Wail— Nefarious Doings of Two Bar Vons—Dopes and Dummy Bets—A Plea for the Totalisator. Tn order to protect the public from th*> rascality now going an on thfc metro* poUtan ra«ccoursoa operating ondor the V.ll.C, rulca, ''Truth" baa oxposetl the modes nnd methods adopted by a ring of turf manipulators, and commented upon tho blindness of tbo paid officials, whoso duty it ia to bring such delinquents to book. There can be little doubt in tbo public miQ<l that the system of stipendiary stewards uuder aa autocratic body like tbo V.J»V.<\ br»* proved a failure. ISaciog under their <jontrol baa deteriorated in atead of improved. Thero is only one eonelnsjon ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PERVERT THOMAS. A "GOOD METHODIST" LENIENTLY DEALT WITH. AWFUL ANOMALIES OF LAW. Polluter of Children Fined a Fiver; [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

PERVERT THOMAS. A "GOOD METIIODIST" LENI ENTLY DEALT WITH. AWFUL ANOMALIES OF LAW. Polluter of Children Tilled a river; Frequently the conditions of the law aro forced upon the public mind by the irrational reasoning of justices of the peace. Tin; altogether tinsatisfnctiiry adrninistration of fhoir dutif.1* by these honorary magistrates so o I'trn rails for comment that the people havn grown tired of it all, and wonder when Home more satisfactory .system of dis pensing justice will be initiated. The J.l\ system is rotten to the core, and otters every inducement and opportu nity to ignorant persons of menus to muke^ big fellow? of themselves, irre spective of what damage thev do to the prestige of the law. Nothing too hard can ho said against the .1.1'. sys tem, for tho avcrcge justice is not only totally ignorant of the lair, but BKRKFT OF roM.MON-HI.'.VSi: in tho bargain. Tt is well known that many of them cannot got b-'vumi local influence, and that thev often sit on the bench to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PISCATORIAL PROSPECTS. TRAWLING TRUST TO TRY. Woeful Want of Fish. THE SITUATION REVIEWED. Let Dannevig Prove the Proposition! [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

PISCATORIAL PROSPECTS. TRAWLING TRUST TO TRY. Woeful Want of Fish. THE SITUATION REVIEWED. Let Dannevig Prove the Proposition! For four or five year* past Director [ if. C. Dnnnevip, of the Commonwealth i Fisheries Department, hits been des patching the trawler "Endeavor," built ut groat eost, to different parts ol* the Australian toast to make catches . in proof of his loudly-espressed opinion 1 that our waters "teem with flsh." Once in a while the Eudeavt.r lju* re- : turned with a good liaul, and Dannovig has hail the daily pre.-* blazing out the new., aud nryin•; eommeu ialisin to get to work on a highlyprolitable industVy. ' More often. however. the I'o,union- , wealth trawler has caught nothing lint marine vermin ami seaweed, aud capi talists have been lot!) to part up tlie necessary , a-h to embark upon tishing enterprises on a big seale. There are WKKAT IU*KS Rl'X by t raw lot s ia trying their luck iu <om- , paratively unchart ed waters, aud the fwuteavor has sev...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

Ifcrw u/cim.0 jxjjure, (j-acrcl tuo cu> cio ij'jxu cam. j& R-Q-B'U'K

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE UP-TO-DATE BLUDGER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE UP-TO-DATE BLUDCER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. 1 httvu frequently demunM On tlio bludver* knoekin' round Here in I«omlon. And l'v.. to\d you llow and where they do abound—» ^oujt; uro black, utid m»i«o are white, while Other* have (ho hybrid (ouch— , And <iob!izuo .Mister Norton I <lid never twi<,' of such Not since over I remember. 1 thought Melbourne bad enough; Hut this are the epot what's rotten, For uiv word it's hotti&b stuff. When I used io live in Melbourne It did used to 80cm (o me Bud to loaf u|>jh ONE woman. Hut Lorblcw mo, .here they've THREE! True it are, it come out oft"n When aforo the Court the.v'vo went, As their cove* wou:d po tb< ir round Sir Like a bloke rolloctiti^ rout. Well v.ell. iU a iunuv world sir--' - Thut it- are, tny word. nut 'art ; And, although ij ate di>eruceful, it do mak. me lart. People arc lint i'etiifti.' luatt'ied i.ik.' thev ii*. d I.' \etu* n_Mi• Ami nrc making o: thin-.'* hard; So t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

BACKACHE AND KIDNEY TROUBLE A Nurse So 111, She Was Hardiy Able to Attend to Her Patients. rail .-pfiLl; "»vi*ll ol Dr. .Sheldon's Gin j pill*. tor 111«• v ar" on- nt ih„ pills oft I tin- iuur):tt," wrii^-.i Nuts.,- iioniu-tt. b \V'*l Mru'Km-HtrtK, *outh JU-bmond, .Melbourne, Vietorja. "I La*.- suft'MH-tl tr«*m b;»'.'kacli>? ami kidney trouble fur reuJK, *ouie tifu'« I wis, hardly rib!*- to a? four] i0 mv patwiiT-. -1 was ... bad. Th'- |»ai,j would sink.- in* ri^Ui auosi :h'* kidneys. 1 bavt' ! hut Jt was oi' no lie-- until 1 baw Dr. Sh»d- | iU>iv*> Cm PiU* cu -a so I thought < J w j11)iJ try a bottle, and ttie result, wa* i wonderful, for I acu awiu- our^d from uil j \v.i\>U nt a'-'h. ■« and nnms. \ can stron;'iv > rptronjim-nd ib-rni to ail wonienkind. fur tbev I urr- a sj»i»'niJ:•{ piil at uiiv time. My fcruud" ton also thiin. ;unl Jindu the-rn jti>t i})■* tiling- l'nr <h**v l:«»«p the buwi'Js in "I**' working tonU-r, and \-.vop ,he blood c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

KSe 'TvesTngTorTro"! i for Six Months ' m&k . mm * WORTH AT LEAST £2 I - «^"srss; I PiisiSi

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DOUGHERTY'S DASH. A VAIN ATTEMPT TO "COME BACK." [?]lashes of Former Skill No Uas Against Goodwin's Strength. Uneventful Contest Stops Four Roundr Short. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

- DOUGHERTY'S DASH. A VAIN ATTEMPT TO "COME BACK." riaahos of Tormer Skill No Ua® Against QooUwin'o Strength. Uneventful Contest Stops Tour Eoandr Short. Jxck Douj-hortyi'g ■work in exhibition Bf-nri at tho Sydney Stadium mutfooea had raijfid groat.* hope* thut he had "fcmo back/' and hlo rr.eetin# with Alf Ooodwin at tho DudUy-atreot Btndium waa there fore anticipated with much inloreifc. ' Dougherty eomo years ago wa» liigb up in ibn welterwogbt class in America, but sine* then be bay done most in the way of managing other boxers, convni: to Aus tralia in that capacity with I'uJ Urown. On Saturday night bo showed repeated flashes of bis' edd cjcrcrncw, but, bo-sever ploaa-a^ that micht proro in »n exhibition bout, it was uiHiraolmg against a powu f-uJ Gghtar 'likj® Goodwin, and after thi sixteenth round tu the result of ibn Me GoortJ-Jeff fcmilh match was an nounced Lb? towel cauie la from cor- ; Thero wan suu«< delay in thn commune*1 meat of the ipaiu contest. Durinr t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Round the Ring NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Krlo Taylor an/1 Chris Jordan will suonly trie preliminary io the Johnson-fiiinrwon m*(*h on Katurd&r night. Jl'^bio Mcl)»\i'arj «»» amoftr lhc audJenoo at (Jjc Ktad.um on Saturday nijrht—& refa -aUcii of nif.jr rumors that were recently current. It. is iliter)(1 Btl by the Ctrilit'EO management that tho \rim:er of fc.turd&vs nvpht's cout<«1 laajj moct J mtny HI), Lhe holder of th* AtiMtraLan fcuiberve ?ht titlo. I*ck O'Donnell, who Uaj put tj»-< iru/:h xrreal bailies CRRitu** l)avo haa bocn mutch* e*l vrjtn Chai|iij llorn, a rccent American irnpor-at-'on, the bout to take pUc« <U the Stadium on April 4, Pr;tx Jlollentl, the welterweight of the trio that accompani^i Totnmv Burns from Ameirios the other w^rk wtjj aJf,-> trrakc hi# ! Au»:raiUa dHbut. iu liolbournc, meeting *: | Iroodmn at tho iJUdjfc.j-s*xcet, fctx-diam next I Saturday pitfht. j .On Bit-ardav avbt, the top rope in the ! r1^? at thi: Stadium wa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

Rflade from Fresh, fftipe Tomatoes. EPICURES NOW SAY "FIRST-PICK" TOMATO SAUC! V,' . ' HAS NEVER BEEK3 EQUALLED. 'p8 Contains :ft!o Chemicais or Preservatives.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE DEGEMERATE FEMALE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

'■ the' degenerate female ■ This paper ranges UhcU at all times oil the side of good sports ad against the kill-joy fraternity. But in doing jjo it rfctaius the knowledge and convic tion that the line in all things decent bus to be drawn sorne.v. here. That is to suv, brietiv. that there is a medium in nil things.' This things. Thi. present instance is aimed at the grow ing crowd of females who apparently eun't see, now that they have the vote, and the trousers, and other masculine attributes, why they shouldn't act up to these rights and privileges as well us. if not better .than, the original solo proprietors of them. One of the chief ambitions sometimes of woman nowa days is to show men that she isn't the clinging vine she has always been supposed to be. and that she can take boozo for booze with any male shik kerer that ever swallowed n whisky, or .smoke cigarette? with any friend of the opposite sex. The re.-ult <»f all this isn't half as lovely a* the female fport m...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LONG ARM OF THE LAW Encircles a Man Who, from Arrest, Long Escaped. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

LONC ARM OF THE LAW | Encircles a Man Who, from -Arri^ j Long .Escaped. j Whtiu Joiin Oaetu tasted the joys vi a i wu,l: m (j{ca>-cuon-su-oet.. fjouLb Melbourne, j oil jsiiuruuy mgiii. niter .in i^b^cc* of 18 ' uiouUjs, ho forgot, iimt he wug on the "want- ; eu" list oi the police, but bad the unpJcasinv fact abruptjy bjougui u> his m-o4 by 1 .ijj (he heavy u»3(i c»f a countable on hi.< | 6Loj1(J^jt act! har.ivr the barsh voice of tho j Joao Hop &iy, "Tmiri» a warrant out for j year arrtst, Owens. com<» --iloni; Triih rr.»*." "What ejaculated the* captured on? ; ■sadly, and followed the conr-table to the ] WAukhousc, wh^rt* bo ww ciur^ed with uu- j lawfully assiuJtii^j Coust.ibln Hartley wr.y \ hark in 1912. iJo wm brought before th< rourt on Monday. and pleaded hard for freedom, t-xplammc thai. Up only returned to South Slclbouruo for domestic re.ion.-v i and express.nc regret that ho bad done i Constable Hartley ftalod that on the ni„...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

Positive Cure. Sor Breaded Varicose VE1WS. Vefu'w "or* U."cr rp, or "olh.Yb# 1J«V3 that J t&» h^'Vw!! of temblo cmm *!;h ib» uiiw ** »si I > no«' ^.b^S ri.TiS;* , who h'.'J •u£Ter»>»i in pomo ^ The Vecsey Home Metkod ?idTt-^l p"l'uVo »1. .oar. hswe. iad dot,# not r-ionirs jou to !:> r up. ted m pcinicsi c/jri htLixr.iLi•:;. Th« rrn ; owes a u&Ly r«*ipc2d lntidv tha trii f»tr w<<-jcit&nd old e'.abooru ctars wt< ^r ftiCSlr aurrd under a pultab'a count g;'treatment. _ ... . OIt« ra» fuHa-tfctio of roar call. IX i own oure rot: I "wilJ 117 no, md neod 70u & ^iiao ,,j"1 j°v ^ um" The Results are eJways Permanent. "To t'j« M^rsincr, V«e««y V/urlx-rricja. DPtr F;Jr.—I is; writ.ai* to ' trour t •OAtn.eu* hue dor.o ior zav. For i«i miV" "a 1 f.cJ i;!cur&. , aca fUtLo^ri. i 1*» J 50# no r»*l r^inf. Abnui thro* ynars s;n tni now J otn truthfully my tl:tt ff-r tr* j.-.ci id th*rn hio ce*n ik> rtoni cj the troub...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COA[?]APSED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

COAI.-LA E'SED. •Omo. 'Ohk* in tu-ir lioll n.'iu'lati'i. lrt ilir* !ai:tj where was born, Th«» coal sir"kc Ins Ti.vjmM it* oKl position; ; That's (<j »:iy tin striI;<> over— it coil-lnpvd thf oilier morn; , You ff:c, thoj hrou?ht abq-U a coul-ition. , "Whor/- \r.ifl ii. you wore first. ; truck in! Uu: fraensr"' was ar.keJ a prosecutor at tli^ Cay. a bit- was I r.ir.ic-k in tho- j frirascy at all—if. was b<*tun<* tho fri«assy ' ami tbu lop o: mo shinbon*. )>«t it cave ! mo rnjtr^wion of th* brain for a.full half- • minute." answered tho witness straight forwardly.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOYLE'S BLACKGUARDLY BEHAVIOR. MIDNIGHT ASSAULT ON LITTLE MAID. Brazenly Denies the Charge, But Is Convicted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

BOYLE'S BLACKGUARDLY BEHAVIOR. MIDNIGHT ASSAULT ON LITTLE MATT), Brazenly Donios tbo Charge, Bat Id Convicted. A jouiij/ man tmnjcd Horb^rt William Boyle, 23 years of u^o t^b chanjcr] at llir Criminal Court ou Tuw.Iay, before Honor, Sir. Justice Hood, villi h'trirvc ln» dcccnblv nsauultcd a r»iri numcri Ivy Blaolc inore, 11 yaira of n.t Collingwood- on December 16. Mr. C. J. 7t. WVaaraW. K.C., prosecuted for the Crown, and prisoner oonaufiUd faj» own defence. Tho cliiM, who gate ber oridcnco Tery in HERBERT BOYLE. tolligenlly, stated that late on tb« night nf Dtcembc-r 16 her mother, -mho lWts at 1*6 ! Johnston-atr&et, Coil;ji£wood, f»ent ber out '■ in sear.h of a policeman. and an she pus hed tbn iloudL'o Howl, prisoner accosted [ her. He inquired w^y she was out bo laie, i and she told b in tbe errand phe had Lc<n } scut on. Under the pretext of takinr* h"r t to the private houpp of .1 policeman, hn led ; her oil to a vacant piero of croutifl Stan- j ley-street....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARITAL RECRIMINATIONS. WIPE DOESN'T WANT HUBBY; But Sees for Support of Children. "Earl Lindsay" Gives Evidence. No Order Made. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

MARITAL RECRIMINATIONS. WIPE DOESN'T WANT HUBBY; But Sees fcr Snpport of Children. "Earl Lindsay" Gives Evidence. No Order Mado. Christina Wilson doesn't lori? her bubi-y, j and says alio won't. hare anything to do J MES. WILSON". ■with him, but -she wants him to pay for tb& maintenance of the results of their union ait the tame. She asked the Bench'at the' Prahran Court to make an order thuswiw on Monday IniA^-bal - th'e- Bench- would not, and they dismifsed the case Fitb\a,big D. Christina didti'tt have a lawyer,to represent her and didn't put up much, of a legal.scrap, j and she was eounted.out'in' Ihfc.fifth.TOund. Her husband, William W.ilsou,' was de scribed by ,Dr. Mclnernej, who-appeared on h's. bellalf,'as a.-'.'Bawney'V'a.tid ho looked Tho. ootdplaiaanl, V middle-aged,, "deter mined-looking' woman, with a. large pair .of sp'ecs. end the ' JAW OFA;PRIZEFIOSTEE, told the' justices that Willie had deserted hb three children, • and left. them without means of support. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RICHMOND RACES. MONDAY. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

RICHMOND RACES. MONDAY. MONDAY. Programme and Order of Running: ABBOTSFORD HANDICAP. ' . Of 50 Sov*. Fitv Furlong. To Start at 2.50. Tibby 11 3 Tlic Krai 7 IMyradale 10 12 L. Winwriea . 7 Biu© Blood ... 9 5 I'hvlli* Toy ... 7 Rose : 9 2 Co.*mo 6 3 Barbette 8 9 Isar.tl 6 1 Joyful' ; 8 5 Lillimtar ... ... 6 Oheyenne 3 5 Fircqneen 6 Little Lod ... 7 la STEWARDS' HANDICAP. Of 30 Sov3. Seven aud a HaJf Furlong: To Start at 3.5. First Deal ... P 9 r,ood-bve 7 1 Battlefray .... 9 4 Merry * Widow 7 Yirid 9 0 Naughir 6 ] Royal Banner 8 2 First Maid ... 6 1 Monoplane ... 8 2 Merry San ... 6 HAWTHORN HANDICAP. .Of 50 Soys. Soren aud a Hail" Furlong: To Start at 3.35. Bow Arrow ... 10 0 Concussic Future 9 12 Velocity Red Rose 9 10 Darren Rosebud 9 5 Coo-ec ... ."Little Wallace 9 5 Auraria -^Bonnie 9 0 Pardon Little Bondul . 8 0 Little B' RICHMOND PLATE. Of 160 Sovs. S'-V^n and a Half Furlongs. To Sr-art at 4.10. Tuneful 10 5 Jack Lester ... 3 2 Tboas ... 9 7 Ayr Clara ... 7 £ "NVake "Up 9 0 Asi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RICHMOND RAGING CLUB. RICHMOND RACES. MONDAY, MONDAY. FIRST EVENT STARTS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

RICHMOND RAGING CLUB. RICHMOND RACES. MONDAY. MONDAY. FIRST EVENT STAETS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: Special Richmond Trams every 3 minutes along Flinders-street, direct to .racecourse gates. Fare, 2d. Cabs from Cathedral Corner and Bonrke-street.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THEN YOU'LL RE-MEMBER (PRAPS.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THEN YOU'LL RE-MEMBER (PHAPS.) When -t comca to an flection, ' Like ibe gbost o: "HtrolptV dad, ; Tir then the satin? member that we §e*,'l fearful he'll not be clc-ctcd: { Then ho ytrlpjj in language maU— i ' On poHlftp (t*y, t)ieu you'll RE-M£}fBEjl » »»l" |

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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